Student Council


Roscomare’s Student Council

The Roscomare Road Student Council Election Process starts next week. Being a member of our Student Council is an important job. We need students who are model students and that care about our school. Third, fourth, and fifth grade students can run for office. Each student can only run for one office. Teachers must approve of student council candidate forms. Students who are not good citizens or missing multiple assignments will not be allowed to run for office. If you are interested, please join me for the informational meeting on Monday, October 12th via Zoom. Here is the schedule for the election process. Students must meet all deadlines to continue with the process.

IMPORTANT DATES AND INFORMATION

Monday, October 12th  – There will be an overview of the student council election process at 2:30 pm via Zoom: https://lausd.zoom.us/j/6086786689?pwd=TXYxRlZjK3VrYjFVWFU2VE1Ba0hGUT09 – Zoom Meeting ID: 608 678 6689 & Passcode: Rosco

Friday, October 16th  – The Candidate Submission forms will be due at 12:30 pm.

Monday, October 19th  – Primary Election Day

 Friday, October 23rd – Primary election results announced via Blackboard Connect

 Wednesday, October 28th  – A one-page poster (Word or PDF), a media release form (click here for the form), and a 1-minute speech must be emailed to rachel.dworkin1@gmail.com by 12:30 pm.

Speech Guidelines:  If your video does not follow the guidelines, you will be notified by email, and you will have 24 hours to resubmit your video, or it will not be included in the zoom. (1) Keep your speech brief – approximately 60 seconds. (2) Be positive. (3) Don’t criticize your opponents. (4) Don’t offer bribes or freebies. (5) Don’t make promises you cannot keep.  (6) Record using a wide frame.

Speech Suggestions: (1) Give a short introduction (name and grade). (2) Introduce your student council position. (3) Create a short, memorable message explaining why you have selected your position. (4) Explain why you are the best candidate for the position. (5) Create a slogan to help people remember you. (6) Have fun.

Poster Guidelines:  (1) Your poster should be 8 1/2 inches x 11 inches. (2) Include a picture of yourself.  (3) Include a positive message.  (4) Do not criticize your opponents.  (5) Remember, the candidates. must complete the posters.

 Monday, November 2nd – Speeches will take place at 9:30 am via Zoom.

 Tuesday, November 3rd – Student Council Election Day

 Friday, November 6th Election results will be announced via a Blackboard Connect phone call and email.

STUDENT COUNCIL CANDIDATE STEPS

After reading Student Council Position Information, if you would like to run for office, please complete the Candidate Submission Form below by Friday, October 16th at 12:30 pm.

  1. Read the Student Council Position Information

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZXGlALhfqcCJ0ve5azCahj0lCGy_0SoOYlwKk3PPyqU/edit?usp=sharing

  1. Submit your Candidate Submission Form by October 16th at 12:30pm

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfMQpjbrJ3bbyUuOSjExQQZu5d8C1DWvhWEBYF70Uv5ad7z2Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

  1. Make sure you review the calendar so you don’t miss any deadlines.

CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD a PDF of the School Calendar